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  1. #1
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    Briony or Bryony - Which Spelling Do You Prefer?

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  2. #3
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    Lovely name!!! Definitely 100% Briony. Bryony is too much y.
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  3. #5
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    Hmm I like both but I think I'd prefer the original spelling - Bryony.

  4. #7
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    I prefer the Bryony spelling.
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  5. #9
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    Bryony. I know someone who thought this name was pronounced bree-uh-nee. I appreciate that Bryony clarifies the pronunciation.

    Also, I think I encountered the Bryony spelling before the Briony spelling, so that probably contributes to why I prefer it.

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